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SIX THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1939. For new* to be carried om thta paice, call MIM PeHRl iift-to* at phone 105 between 8 and 11 •. M., 1 to 4 Events And Cleb Interest • O T 1 C E ! L. A l2 weddla*!, eafa*«atcat« «r birth announcement* will be aeeeat- ed by the Dally Nail for publication — — sl^iied or properly rertAed. COUPLE WED ON TUESDAY Wedding In Baltimore Yesterday Afternoon Of Interest Here. An attractive wedding took place on Tuesday afternoon at the North Baltimore Methodist church, when Miss Louise Nicholson became the bride of the Rev. E. William Hall, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hall, of \Villiamsport. A reception for the bridal party and Close relatives folio-wed at the home of the bride's father. Mr. Robert J. Nicholson, Mount Washington. The bride wore a white marquisette gown and carried talisman roses. Her veil was of marquisette and fell from a coronet of pearls. Miss Virginia Strickler, the maid of honor, wore blue tulle and a hat of pink tulle. She carried an old-fashioned bouquet. James Abner Hall was his brother's best man and the ushers were Charles Benham, John Blevins, i Junius Neese and Lawrence Your- tee. Both the bride and 'groom are graduates of Washington College, Chestertown. Md. They will reside at Mount Washington. The Rev. Hall is pastor of the Great Falls Methodist church, near Baltimore, and will matriculate at Westminster Seminary Westminster, Md., during the coming winter. Guests at the wedding included: Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hall, the Rev. and Mrs. Robert H. Killer, Mrs. Harry Bowman, Harry Bowman, Jr., Ned Kelley and Reuben Poffenbarger, all'of Williamsport; Mrs. Joseph W. Ward, sister of the groom, of Marlowe. W. Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Lyoi and Mr. and Mrs. W. McClave Hoi zapfel are issuing invitations to party which will be given at noon on Sunday, honoring Dr. and Mrs Harry D. Bowman. Mrs. Vernon Finfrock has re turned to her home along the Leitersburg pike after undergoing four weeks of treatment at Union Memorial Hospital, Baltimore. Mrs. William P. Duvall, Springfield Farm, is visiting friends at Cape May. N. J. Miss Phyllis Belts, West Side avenue, is visiting her father, H. M. Betts, and her aunt, Mrs. D. G. Beard, in Washington. Miss Anna Mae Powell who has been spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Powell, Broadfording road, will leave on Saturday to return to her home in Clinton, la. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon L. Parker and children. Mary Lou and Vernon, have returned to their home on Summit avenue after spending two weeks at Ocean View and Virginia Beach. They also visited the Lost Colony on Roanoke Island, N. C., and stopped at Nag's Head. Shrine Stag Party Tomorrow Afternoon Thursday afternoon at Spielman's Club House at Dam No. 4 the All Ghan Shrine Club hold another of its famous stag parties •with Nobles from the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Frederick, Chambersburg, Waynesboro, Mercersburg. Greencastle and Cumberland helping to swell the attendance of the local Nobles. Festivities .will get under way at 3 o'clock when swimming, fishing and boating will be enjoyed along with a lot of other sporting activities. The dinner will be serve'd at 6:30 o'clock, consisting of clam chowder, baked clams, devil crabs and other seafood. The committee in charge of the entertainment has promised something out of the ordinary and Nobles will do well not to miss this stag affair. This is the first stag party ever to be held at President Spielman's club house and it promises to be one of the outstanding events of the summer season for the Hagerstown All Ghan Shrine Club. From all indications one of the largest turnouts of the year will be on hand for this event. BE RIGHT! "Train yourself right and your Edward Russell, Jr., has returned after spending several days at At laniic City. He was accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Edw. Russell Mrs. Robert Foltz and children who also visited Mr. and Mrs Charles Marker, Vineland, N. J. Miss Sylvia Cookus, of Stras burg, Va., is spending the week as the guest of Miss • Catherine S. Stehl, South Prospect street. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Keedy, Oak Hill avenue, are vacationing this week at Atlantic City, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Palmer, Mr. and Mrs. James Gossard and children, Betty, Peggy and James, Jr., have returned home after spending several days at Atlantic Miss Marie Hamilton, of Philadelphia, is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Mamie Hamilton, of this city. Representative and Mrs. William D. Byron who are spending the summer at Rehoboth Beach. Del., are attending the World's Fair in S'ew York City this week. . The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Wolfe, their daughter, Miss Kay Wolfe, and son, Edward Wolfe, of St. Anne's Rectory, Smithsburg. have just returned from Davenport Neck, Long Island Sound, where they have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Grover E. Feurat for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Byers have returned to their home on Summer street after attending the funeral of Mr. Byers' mother in Indiana, Pa. Miss Margaret Ewald has returned to this city from a trip to Frostburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Arthur, 2409 Virginia avenue, returned on Tuesday night from a ten-day trip to Long Island and the New York Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gaffuri and children, Janet and Louis, Spruce street, and Paul Huffer, South Potomac street, have returned after visiting Mr. Gaffuri's parents in Brooklyn, N. Y. They also attended the New York Fair. Miss Elizabeth Humrichouse, Oak Hill avenue, has returned after spending several weeks at Cape May, N. J. Mrs. H. A. Brownell and daughter, Janet, of Hyde Park, N. Y., are visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Staats, Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schwinger and family, of Trenton, N. J., are visiting relatives in this city. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Smith and Mrs. Mabel Gaines have returned to this city after spending several davs at the World's Fair. Miss Frances Louise Grove has returned to Cleveland after spending her vacation with her mother, future is bright." Only one busi- Mrg _ A _ DiUon Grove> lhis cily . ness-training school in Western Maryland offers you a 50-year record of unchallenged success in busi- Mrs. H. L. Stifler. of Baltimore, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fountain H. K. Head Mrs. C. R. Zarfoss and daughter, ness training. That school is Co- Mumma, lumbia College. All forms of bu?i- Heichts. ness education are taught with a thorough, practical, long-experi- - ' J . „ ,, fnr Peccrv Lou, of Baltimore, fri enced technique. Enroll now for J ^hb. ^ u - ^ L • day and evenin, schoo,. Day .choo, | ^ J.- ^™« ^f ™V r^! begins Sept. 5; ar- evening" school. ! da ^ with ^ Ir ' and Mrs ' W ' H ' Cauff ' l Columbia Coiled Thomas ! »•». 1» Building, Hagerstown. Catalog is available without obligation. Write, phone or come in. CONEQBM&L A. F. MILLER— Chiropodist 19 Public Square Miss Margaret Brown, who underwent a tonsil operation at the hospital yesterday, has returned to her home on Forrest Drive. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Ardinger. West Washington street, have returned after visiting their son. Charles Ardinger. at Klkins, W. Va. Charge Accounts Invited ! "A New Arrow Service'' Arrow Shoe Store Miss Mary Minnick, East Franklin street, had a fracture of her left j ankle reduced at the Washington County Hospital today. 25 West Washington Street The Misses Johanna Sinister and Rose Sinister, Calvert apartments, have returned after spending a week at Fayetteville. Pa. Henry Kritzer and David Stickell rrrr' \ are spending the week visiting the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Schlosser, Westminster. L. & B. Hat Shop N. E. Cor. Public Square Mrs. Roy Marks and son, William and daughter, of Mt. Lena, have reuirned after spending a week with the former's sister. Miss Mamie Moser, this city. Mrs. Mary Ritzier, Mrs. John Eigenbrode and Mrs. Bernice Harden have returned to their homes n Battle Creek, Mich., after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Eigenbrode, Funkstown. Mrs. Robert G. Foltz, H. C. Foltz and Mrs. Noel Matthews will leave today to visit Mrs. Cora Smiley Hogeshead, Middlebrook, Va. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lewis, Hamilton boulevard, have returned from a vacation in Kentucky. Miss Mary Bond of the Washington County Hospital is vacationing at Bay Ridge. Leon Young, Boonsboro, was admitted to the Washington County Hospital for treatment of a hand infection. Mrs. Frank L. Fry and daughter, Jane Leiter, of Williamsport, are visiting their cousin, Miss Martha B. Leiter, New York City. Miss Dorothy Nissley, Oak Hill avenue, has returned from Europe on the Cunard White Star liner Georgic. Minnich-Iseminger Reunion At Park The annual Minnich-Iseminger reunion was held at the City Park recently when the Rev. F. G. Coleman was the speaker. Music for the afternoon Avas furnished by Jack Shipley and his Mountaineers. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gray, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Iseminger and children, and Thomas Iseminger, of Woodruff, W. Va.; Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Iseminger and daughters, of Cameron, W. Va.; Mrs. Ida Gould, Moundsville, W. Va.; Wiley Iseminger, Washington, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. William Bond, Washington, D. C.; Mr. and Mrs. William Minnich and children. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Martin and son, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Minnich and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Minnich, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Minnich, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Minnich, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Horst and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Minnich. Mr. and Mrs. James Wentling and children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kennedy and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Snyder and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spigler, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stickell, Mr. and Mrs. John Minnich, Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Minnich. Mesdames Lloyd Minnich, Mildred Reynolds and children, Hazel Miller and son, Nora Ross, Ruth Reynolds, Edith Itnyre and son, Mamie Reynolds, Fannie Banks, Lawrence Reid, Rose Little, Ralph Leedy and children, J. B. Reigrut, Mary Iseminger, Clinton Powell, Maud Baer, Mamie Wilson and M. C. Crilly; Monroe Minnich, the Rev. Coleman and daughter, Charity Anne: Miss Ida Lehman. Hilda and Edna Shipley. Ada Higgs, Walter Minnich, John Rohrer, Edward Moore Bill Burker, John Rubeck, E. Keller Iseminger, John Reynolds, J. W. Shepley. Albertus Shepley and Preston Minnich. ON MONDAY Couple Celebrate Silver Wedding With Reception At Home. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wolfe celebrated, their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary at their home on South Locust street on Monday evening, when they entertained at a reception. The house was decorated with cut flowers and silver flower ornaments. Mrs. Eavey Nunamaker and Miss Lois Wolfe received the guests with their parents and Mrs. A. C. Cooper presided at the punch bowl. A talk was given by former Senator Ernest W. Miller. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cunningham, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McBride, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rohr, Mr. and Mrs. George Startzman, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Snapp, Mrs. William Artz, Mrs. Harry E. Clark, Mrs. A. :. Cooper. Mrs. Chester Hartle, Mrs. L L. Main, Mrs. Eavey Nunamaker, Mrs. Elmer Ridenour, Mrs. Graqe Sharer, Mrs. Walter Spessard, the Misses Elizabeth Artz, Lydia Funk. Mary Ridenour, Phyllis Hartle, Ruth Main, Jane Souders, Evelyn Burger, and Dorothy Wolfe; former Senator Miller, Rex Klipp and Darid McBride. Local Golfers Win From Cumberland Team A group of women golfers from the Cumberland Country Club arrived at Fountain Head Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock for a return match with the local women. They were met at the club by several of the local players and were served coffee and rolls before the match started. Teeing off at 10 o'clock, under ideal weather conditions for a match and on a course very speedy, the Fountain Head ladies were victorious with a score of 12 to 3. The Cumberland ladies are always ood sports, winning or losing, and yesterday was no exception. After the game a three course luncheon ivas served in the main dining •oom of the club. The dining room was unusually attractive due to the courtesy of Mrs. Howard Dudley, who gave several baskets of white gladioli used at the Dudley-Waka- oose wedding. The tables were ;entered with vases of mixed flowers. Luncheon arrangements were m charge of Mrs. R. 0. Whitelegg assisted by Mrs. Elsa Moore and Mrs. Howard Dudley. .Payers on the teams and the scores follow: Mrs. W. Royce Hodges, Jr., Mrs. Benjamin H. Mc- Irackin, (C), 0, Mrs." Leslie W. Manners, Mrs. L. H. Brumback, (H), 3; Mrs. A. R. Ruplin, Mrs. Arthur P. Dixon, (C), 3, Mrs. Robert T. Fridinger, Mrs. Elsa Moore, H), 0; Mrs. Walter C. Capper, Mrs. Elizabeth Dixon, (C), 0. Mrs. Benjamin E. Reed, Miss Emma Seiscr, (H). 3; Mrs. Oscar C. Gurey, Mrs. Wilbur M. Buchanan, (C), I, Mrs. Willis Altenderfer. Mrs. Joseph W. Byron, (H), 3; Mrs. A. Taylor Smith, (C), 0, Mrs. LeRoy Sheats, (H), 3. Joining the teams for luncheon vcre: Mesdamcs Alton D. Patterson, Royston Smith, H. B. Clark, W. 0. Vedder, James Dudley, Leonard Mathias, Howard Dudley, Edwin Darner, Robert C. Carder, John Roane. W. L. Hyssong, R. 0. White- egg, G. M. Bohman, C. L. Mowrer, Slmer Funkhouser and Emmett Cans. The regular weekly tournament will be held this afternoon when an odd hole match will be played. OPEN-AIR MEETING The Rev. Camphor will be the i preacher tonight at S o'clock when an open-air meeting will be held at the corner of George and Wise streets. All are welcome. MACHINE LESS WAVE *2 95 H.50 Croquignole Wave . . French Tonic Wave . Steam and Oil Wave . . $2!50 Vonette Individual Wave $4.00 Shampoo, Finger Wave, ea, 25c No Appointment Netccssary Gale's Beauty Salon 54, W. Washington St. Phone 842 OPEN EVENINGS Don't Miss Our AUGUST FURNITURE SALE! - BEDROOM FURNITURE 3 Piece MODERN WATERFALL $49.00 up 3 Piece COLONIAL MAPLE FINISH $49.00 3 Piece COLONIAL MAHOGANY FINISH $49.00 See our large selection before buying. — TERMS IF DESIRED — MEYERS 61 BERKSON 41 - 43 Wctt Franklin St. — Opp. Pott Office MORNING HERALD and DAILY MAIL DINNER SET COUPON CLIP A COUPON A DAY r.--«f-jfe« GET A UNIT A WEEK THIS COUPON § and 4 other*, with 49 centi St entitle the holder to any week*! offer. (f yow ortUr by mail *Mdos« 15 cents extra for p«>t, BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR MISS MILLER Judge and Mrs. Harvey M. Miller entertained on Tuesday evening at Pangborn Park in . honor of the eighteenth birthday of their daughter, Miss Christiana Miller. Din ner was served at tables where a color scheme of pink and blue was carried out in the decorations. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs Clarence Emerson, the Misses Jane Louise Baker, Patricia Anne Emerson and Wilda Miller; Mark Jennings, Clark Jennings and Harvey Miller, Jr. Downey Family Holds Reunion Gathers At Wooburn For Second Annual Affair Sunday. The descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Downey, of near Downsville. held their second annual reunion at the home place at Wooburn on Sunday, when the following program was presented: greeting, Rayetta Leatherman; family history, Ethel Downey; duet, Mildred Gaylor and Lena Mae Dietrich; readings, Barbara Grove, Mrs. Lawrence Downey, Miss Dietrich and Miss Leatherman; prayer, Simon Downey. LeAvis Shank was elected president of the group; Charles Dietrich, vice-president; Miss Helen Reid, secretary; Mrs. Walter Cunningham, treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Downey, program chairman; Rayetta Leatherman, entertainment chairman; Ethel Downey, historian. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Shank and son, Mr, and Mrs. John Lighter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leatherman and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dietrich and family, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Shank and son, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grove and family,- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Draper and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Shank and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shank and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Shank and son, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Downey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Downey, Mr. and Mrs. William. Downey, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cunningham and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Atlee Harshman, Mr. and Mrs. George B. Downey and daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. Roy Ditto, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Payton and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Myers and son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Myers, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Myers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles rawford and son, Mrs. Amelia Reid and daughter, the Misses Catherine Ditto, Mildred Gaylor, Milbrey Downey, Effie Cline and Nellie Ship- ey; Harry Shank, Simon Downey, Downey Harshman, Jr., Hagerman Ditto and Lester Smith. ENTERTAINS CLUB Mrs. Charles Rabasca entertained the Flat Foot Floogies club at their weekly meeting at her home on Summit avenue. Games were played and refresh- nents served the following mem- •>ers: Ethel Bailey, Janie Breeden, fackie Eichelberger, Janie Kersh- ler, Jane Morin, Marty Morin, icky Rennecker, Ruth Renner, Mrs. Edwin Baker and Mrs. LeRoy Metz. Large Gathering Of Family At Rice's Meadow On Sunday. The annual Haller reunion was held on Sunday at Rice's meadow near Middletown. Games ana swimming were enjoyed by all and a basket lunch was served. The following attended: Mr. and Mrs. George Angleberger, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Needy, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Needy, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Haller and sons, Delta, Pa'.; Mr. and Mrs. William Hildebrand, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. William Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsey Thompson and Mrs. Oneida Thornburg, Washington; Mrs. Clifford Clabaugh and son, Thurmont; Mrs. Cora Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brandenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ropp, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cline, Mr. and Mrs. George Wiles, Frederick; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Flook, Myersville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Culler, Washington; Mrs. Emma Waters and Clarence Waters, Middletown; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Babington, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hilderbrand, Mr. and Mrs/Thomas Clopper, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poffenberger, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wade, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Grover and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Grova and sons, Mrs. Clark Main, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wade, 3VS-. and Mrs. Paul Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Winton Kndde, Mrs. Mary Brandenl/surg, Mrs. Flora Haller, Mrs. H. C. Knode, the Misses Mildred Needy, Minerva Knode, Christine and Nancy Clopper, Connie and Shirly Main, Velma, Doris and Loise Wade, Eileen Wiles, Agatha and Andra Bussard, Edna Jane Wiles, Emma Mae Brandenburg, Elizabeth, Emma and Grace Ropp, Mildred and Frances Wiles, Vera and Mary Lou Knode, Rachel and Rebecca Angleberger, Pauline Draneburg. Ruby, Jane and Florence Hilderbrand, Esther Shafer, Doris Knode, Dinnie Shafer, Mary Needy, Grace and Betty Haller, Lorraine Dromburg, Marceliue and Virginia Hildebrand, Genevieve Brandenburg and Edna Waters; James, David and Kenneth Wade, Emmert Angleberger, Paul Wade, Jr., Austin Gladhill, Earl, Ralph, Meredith and Eugene Rupp; John Haller, Norbert Waters, Kenneth and Jack Brandenburg Paul and Robert Babington. Glenn Knode, Thomas and Charles Clopper, Charles Kountz, Chai'les and H. C. Knode. Charles Angleberger, Rudolph Brandenburg. Clarence Flook and John Thompson. Next year's reunion will be held the last Sunday in August at the same place. BEAUTY CULTURE CLASSES Now forming for day and night terms. Private lessons for brush- .ip theory and individual subjects. DOROTHY DERMODY School of Beauty Culture 27 N. Potomac St.—Ph. 13S2. Adv. CALL 986 Store Your Furs In Our Scientific Vaults TROY LAUNDRY Maidstone Midsummer Sale Ends Saturday TAKE ADVANTAGE OF SUBSTANTIAL FURNITURE SAVINGS THIS WEEK Two Sale Specials . (Picked from a large assortment of Occasional Tables) Eighteenth Century Lamp Table In Walnut. Attractively turned Pedestal. Will add beauty to your living room. $9.95 Mahogany End Table with con- venient shelf. Graceful Shera- \ ton design. Ideal beside your favorite living room chair. $8.95 Budget Terms to Suit Your Convenience MAIDSTONE, Inc. HOME FURNISHERS and INTERIOR DECORATORS 117 Summit Avenue Hagerstown Give Birthday Party In Grandson's Honor A dinner party in honor of the sixth birthday of Lawrence Joseph Hamill was given by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stevens, of Big Pool, on Sunday. After dinner, the party motored to Capon Park, W. Va., where bathing and games were enjoyed. Those who attended were: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Stevens and daughter, Katherine; Mr. and Mrs. Ned Stevens, of Big Pool; Mrs. Seibert Hoffman and sons, Bruce and Donald, Big Spring; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Household, Mercersburg; Miss Mary Dietz, Washington; Mrs. Elizabeth Price and son Buddy; Mrs. Gladys Hamill and children, Jacqueline and Lawrence Joseph, and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hosier, all of this city. WOLFSVILLE PICNIC Due to rain on Saturday, August 19, the Wolfsville picnic which was scheduled for that date, has been postponed to Saturday, September 2. The children's program will begin at 1:30 o'clock. SEPTEMBER WEDDING The marriage of Miss Lena Del Grande, of Coatesville, Pa., to Mr. Guy S. Cosgrove, the son of Mrs. Florence Cosgrove, of this city, will take place on September 29. The couple will reside in Coatesville, where Mr. Cosgrove is employed at the United States Veterans Hospital. PICNIC THURSDAY The Mary Young Rebekah Lodge No. 9, I. 0. O. F. will hold their annual picnic on Thursday, August 31, at Mrs. Addie Spessard's club house, Howe's Park. Members are asked to meet at the W. O. W. building at 2:00 o'clock. Games will be played in the afternoon and supper served at 6:00 o'clock. Dr. Ruby Huling Announces the Installation of the Improved Dierker Colon Irrigator Same Method as Used at Battle Creek. LADIES and GENTLEMEN 54 West Washington Street EYERLY'S PRESENTS NEW FALL MODES Featuring Comfort and Smart Styling • at a Popular Price 5 °° Pr Black Patent and Suedes in Burgundy or Black. All Sizes and Widths. FIRST FLOOR, REAR SUMMER CLEARANCE in our UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT Ladies' PAJAMAS In Printed Lawn Regular 1.00 Grade 50c Satin and Crepe SLIPS Regular 2.95 Quality »1 95 CHILDREN'S COTTON SLIPS Values to 59c Not all si7.es 25 c RAYON SATiN PAJAMAS Values to 2.95 *1 95 Sheer Rayon GOWNS Regular 2.95 Grade »1 95 CHILDREN'S Rayon PANTIES Higher Grades Reduced to lOc & 19c Pair NEW FALL BROADCLOTH and CREPE PAJAMAS Ideal for the School "go-away" as well as her "stay-at-home" sister. Regular Sizes *1 00 Extra Size* SECOND FLOOR OPPORTUNITIES FOR SAVING in Our BASEMENT DEPARTMENT CANDLEWICK BED SPREADS Regular 2.75 Grade Not all colors 90 25% WOOL BLANKETS New Solid Colors, just the thing for School use. 85 Each DOWN QUILTS Rayon Silk Covers In New Plain Shades Advance Showing Price $9 00 25% WOOL BLANKETS Half Plaid — Half Plain. Extra large size. Specially Priced. BASEMENT EYERLY'S Dependable for Mort Than Fifty Years

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